Detroit automakers and the United Auto Workers agreed on Tuesday to curtail production at the automakers’ U.S. factories, limiting the number of workers on the job at one time to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease among roughly 150,000 factory employees.
There have been many reports from healthcare providers, pharmacies, grocers, retailers, utility companies, banks, credit unions and financial service providers, among others, that routine, important customer service calls from are being blocked by the providers because of this protocol. NADA has recently received reports that dealers have also now begun to face these issues on calls made from their dealership.
What started as a program to prepare the sons and daughters of dealership owners to work in the family business has evolved into the premier educational opportunity for the entire automotive retail industry.
For the aspiring service technician, Ford FACT—the high-tech training program offered by Ford and UTI—has a long and productive history.
For the second time in three months, the Journal has cited fewer than a handful of cases as “proof” that fraud is widespread in the vehicle finance industry – which just so happens to engage in more than 35 million transactions every year.
New light-vehicle sales in February were strong, with a SAAR of 16.83 million units for the month—an increase of 1.9% compared to February 2019. Raw sales volume topped 1.3 million units, an increase of 8.4% compared to February of last year.